JIFSAN Research Presentation Symposium 2004
Campylobacter jejuni-host Interaction on the Intestinal Mucosal Surface
  • Dr. Wenxia Song
  • Dr. Shaohua Zao
PDF Effects of dietary supplements in young and aged rats
  • Drs. Magnuson and Malik, University of Maryland
  • Dr. Franke-Carroll, FDA
  • Dr. Hines, FDA
  • Dr. Alam, FDA
PDF Efflux Pumps & Gyrase A Gene Mutation on Fluoroquinolone Resistance in Campylobacter jejuni/coli
  • B. Ge, University of Maryland
  • P. McDermott, FDA/Center for Veterinary Medicine
  • D.G. White, FDA/Center for Veterinary Medicine
  • J. Meng, University of Maryland
PDF Facilitating Needed Drug Approval for Aquaculture: In Vitro Metabolic Profiles to Characterize and Predict Drug Residues in Cultured Finfish
  • Dr. Andrew Kane
  • Dr. Badar Shaikh
  • Dr. Renate Reimschuessel
  • Jaime Gonzalez
PDF The Impact of Risk Messages about Food Bioterrorism on Attitudes and Behaviors
  • Dr. Linda Aldoory
  • Dr. Marjorie Davidson
  • Dr. Brenda Derby
  • Dr. Alan Levy
  • Laura Fox
  • Mark Van Dyke, Research Assistant
PDF   Influence of Pre-harvest Antibiotic Pesticide Treatment on the Native Microflora of Apple and Pear Blossoms, Leaves, Fruit, and Cider and its Implications for Food Safety
  • Dr. Christopher Walsh
  • Dr. Arthur Miller
  • Dr. S. Brian Eblen
PDF   Modeling the Antimicrobial Effect of Lactate on the Growth and Survivial of Listeria monocytogenes on Ready-to-Eat Seafood
  • Khaled A. Abou-Zeid
  • Dr. Kisun Yoon, Center for Food Science And Technology, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
  • Dr. Richard C. Whiting, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, FDA
PDF   Safety Inspection of Fresh-Cut Fruits and Vegetables Using Spectral Sensing and Machine Vision Techniques
  • Dr. Yang Tao
  • Dr. Robert Buchanan
  • Dr. Yoonseok Song
  • Dr. Yaguang Luo
PDF Study of Nisin and Sublancin: A Strategy for Protection of the United States Food Supply from Pathogenic Bacterial Spores Introduced through Bio-terrorism
  • J. Norman Hansen, Professor, Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry University of Maryland, College Park
  • Dr. Laila H. Ali, Senior Research Scientist Officer, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition